Reflection: Grappling with Complexity MACBETH Day Three: Act I, Scene iv through Act II, Scene iii - Section 3: All-Class Reading: Act I, Scene IV through Act II, Scene III

 

I use questions to guide discussion and check student understanding of the text.  I teach them how to deal with the complex language of Shakespeare by not only analyzing and interpreting the language, but examining his purpose for developing action in and among scenes to form a cohesive work of literature.  

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MACBETH Day Three: Act I, Scene iv through Act II, Scene iii

Unit 7: MACBETH
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate comprehension through writing and discussion.

Big Idea: "It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities." ---J.K. Rowling

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English / Language Arts, tragic hero, Literature, archetype, Shakespeare, Classics (Literature), Macbeth, formative assessment, Flexibility, Discourse & Questioning
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